Poll finds almost 40% blame Malcolm Turnbull’s government for problems with the national broadband network

More than 50% of Australians believe the national broadband network will fail to meet the country’s future internet needs, while almost 40% blame the Turnbull government for problems with the network, the latest Guardian Essential poll has found.

The government has also dropped to 46% to Labor’s 54% on the two-party preferred measure, a further two-point drop from the last poll.

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